Hazel Belvo and Marcia Cushmore are continually inspired by the nature that surrounds them. This two-person exhibition features the works that have resulted from their travels around the United States – such as Jekyll Island, Georgia, Vero Beach, Florida, and Grand Marais, Minnesota. Belvo and Cushmore’s masterful use of color, paint, and ink vividly express… Read more »
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Color me… pink, green, blue! Enjoy colorful works by local artists that will be sure to brighten up the long-lasting Minnesota winter. Featured artists: Bonnie Cutts, Vincent DeZutti, Cathy Durso, Taji Joseph, Mary Nagel Klein, Derek Meier, Morgan Moen, Sierra Pauley, and Christina Plichta. Bonnie Cutts, Clear Sky, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 inches … Read more »
Opening Night Gallery invites you to discover affordable works from private collections at our Affordable Art Sale. With prices ranging from $15 – $1,200, this art sale is perfect for the emerging art collector or finding that holiday gift for someone special. 25% off custom framing with any art purchase! To browse through… Read more »
Opening Night brings together the works of sculptor Dennis Kalow and mixed media artist Stephen Hartman in this two-person exhibition Thoughts in 3D. The works in this show are crafted based on a thought, idea, or experience personal to the artist. However, Kalow and Hartman offer these intimate and dreamlike pieces to the audience’s interpretation,… Read more »
Explore Opening Night’s eclectic collection with works from artists such as Don Holzschuh, Bonnie Cutts, Marcia Casey Cushmore, Stephen Hartman, Randy Reeves, and many more. On view from July 27th to September 29th, 2018.
Opening Night Gallery celebrates the new season with its show All Things Spring. Aligned with the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s (Mia’s) Art in Bloom, this show will include flower-filled works by local artists as well as works from the gallery’s collection. Step into spring and visit Opening Night Gallery’s new exhibition!
FARIDA HUGHES: COLLECTED AMALGAMATIONS My abstract paintings relate to organic social phenomena and unseen patterns of human behavior in our constructed common worlds. My own multi-cultural awareness has shaped a deep interest in personal identity versus community growth, energy and bonding, group formation, group movement, and human social behavior. Abstraction serves as metaphor for… Read more »
BONNIE CUTTS: INSIDE OUT For the past few years, my paintings have embodied a response to digital images of neurons captured by confocal microscopes. The neuroscientists’ images to which I was most attracted were of the hippocampus, one of the brain’s seats of memory. Memory: that core, vital thing; so central to experience it seems… Read more »